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Philips 80" Hue Light Strip + $35 Target Gift Card EXPIRED

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Target [store locator] has Philips 80" Hue Light Strip + $35 Target Gift Card on sale for $79.99 - 15% when you save the 15% Philips Hue Smart Lighting Target Circle offer and purchase in store = $67.99. Thanks userscren5

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Target has a sweet deal on Philips 80" Hue Light Strip.

https://www.target.com/p/philips-...A-50918012
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Bought the last 2 left of these at my local target, they wouldn't price match target.com though. However, when I was checking out I noticed the boxes were slightly open with a box cutter and when I pointed it out they gave me an additional 5% off for a total of 20% off. I made 2 separate transactions so I was able to use one of the gift cards.

When I asked the store for the 20% off the future purchase coupon, they said that they ran out and to go back to the store with the receipt and I should be able to get the 20% off. After I left the store I called customer service and reported this and they apologized that they ran out of coupons and sent me 2 $15 gift card to my e-mail, 1 for each transaction since I would have gotten 2 coupons. Total paid after the gift cards $55.84 or 27.92 each. Sweet deal!
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Is the gift card for Philips Hue only or would it work on say a iPad?
If it says it on target.com
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Bought the last 2 left of these at my local target, they wouldn't price match target.com though. However, when I was checking out I noticed the boxes were slightly open with a box cutter and when I pointed it out they gave me an additional 5% off for a total of 20% off. I made 2 separate transactions so I was able to use one of the gift cards.

When I asked the store for the 20% off the future purchase coupon, they said that they ran out and to go back to the store with the receipt and I should be able to get the 20% off. After I left the store I called customer service and reported this and they apologized that they ran out of coupons and sent me 2 $15 gift card to my e-mail, 1 for each transaction since I would have gotten 2 coupons. Total paid after the gift cards $55.84 or 27.92 each. Sweet deal!
Interesting that they would've run out of coupons. I'll trade you one of mine if you want Smilie
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Interesting that they would've run out of coupons. I'll trade you one of mine if you want Smilie
The store told me to go back during 12/3-12/14 and to show my receipt and they will honor it. Let's see if they do.
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How is this a great deal? Aren't these the same ones with terrible 3m sticking on the back or is this the new generation?
Does anyone have a comment on this? I would like to know too.
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A heads up on the 15% savings.... It rings up as $38.24 for the lights, and $35 for the "free" gift card, so it only takes 15% off the $38.24. So you get a lower discount, but you also only yet taxed on $38.24.

Total price with tax (8.25% here) and 5% Red Card discount...

$74.33

Then I turned right around and used the $35 GC for the rest of my purchases.

Lights (out the door, tax included):
$39.33
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Just FYI info... If you went to the store today and paid via the wallet from the Target App and are a Target Circle member then go check your APP .. click on 'Wallet' scroll down and click 'add extra offers'. In there was a thank you 20% coupon from target circle valid 12/3 -12/14. This in addition to the paper copy I received in the store.

Then click on AddPayment button and you can scan your GC with camera to add to the wallet for later.

Hope this helps someone.
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Just curious: how are these different than the cheap $15 strips on Amazon? For one, I know Phillips are a smart thing. What else?
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What is the difference between the $4.99 one from jcpenney compared to this philips?
https://www.jcpenney.com/p/tzumi-...pe=regular

I bought two of this which 6.5ft with remote. I don't have any philips smart things in my house.

Is it really worth to buy for $35 after all the gift cards?

Do this phillips one in this post work as dreamscreen, makes the color changes by itself based on the TV response?

Please suggest will give reps.
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What is the difference between the $4.99 one from jcpenney compared to this philips?

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Do this phillips one in this post work as dreamscreen, makes the color changes by itself based on the TV response?
They're quite different. The JcPenney one can only do 16 different colors, whereas these you can do pretty much any visible color. But the major difference is that this one connects to the Hue ecosystem, and can be controlled along with everything else Hue-related. You can control them from your smartphone, wireless remotes, timers, programmed rules, etc. For you this wouldn't matter if this is your only Hue light, but I think there may be a way to control it using your phone even if you don't have the Hue hub. It also can't match the TV colors by itself. There are some workarounds for that, but they involve more of the Hue setup.

Basically, this is a "smart" light when used as part of the Hue ecosystem. The JcPenney one would be a "dumb" light that just responds to the infrared remote.

For your purposes, I'd go for the JcPenney one if you don't plan on getting more Hue products.
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The gift card appears to be online only now
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They're quite different. The JcPenney one can only do 16 different colors, whereas these you can do pretty much any visible color. But the major difference is that this one connects to the Hue ecosystem, and can be controlled along with everything else Hue-related. You can control them from your smartphone, wireless remotes, timers, programmed rules, etc. For you this wouldn't matter if this is your only Hue light, but I think there may be a way to control it using your phone even if you don't have the Hue hub. It also can't match the TV colors by itself. There are some workarounds for that, but they involve more of the Hue setup.

Basically, this is a "smart" light when used as part of the Hue ecosystem. The JcPenney one would be a "dumb" light that just responds to the infrared remote.

For your purposes, I'd go for the JcPenney one if you don't plan on getting more Hue products.

Got it thank you so much clearly explaining. I have repped for your detail explanation...
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The gift card appears to be online only now
Yep, doesn't seems to be able to combine the offers anymore.
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